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Moving away from all family and friends, even as a graduate student, is a challenge. HHD's Office for Diversity and Inclusion has been a safe haven and place of growth and replenishing for me as often or as little as I've needed it.

Imani Adegbuyi, graduate student
Master of Health Administration

The Office for Diversity and Inclusion upholds their mission by providing: 

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  • A welcoming and safe atmosphere for dialogues, networking and community building. 

  • A calm environment to complete schoolwork.  

Enrichment Programming icon-olus-circle
  • Enrichment workshops on diverse topics that foster educational, professional, and cultural growth. 

  • A variety of programming that furthers the understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

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  • Advocacy for underrepresented undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. 

  • Support and expansion of efforts within the college that celebrate diversity, culture and heritage. 

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  • Support for academic, personal, career, and financial related matters through individual or group meetings. 

  • Guidance and referrals to resources within the college, the university, and local community. 

  • Relevant information on engaged scholarship opportunities, leadership development and scholarship exploration. 

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  • Leadership to the College on initiatives for recruitment and retention of underrepresented graduate and undergraduate students, faculty and staff. 

  • Consultation and resources for administration, faculty and staff.  

  • Collaboration opportunities with external stakeholders.